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The Tempest is both magical and mundane at the Shakespeare Festival
11 months ago by Juliet Wittman
Prospero in The Tempest, now receiving a checkered production at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, rules over a magical island — magical in a way that only the Elizabethan imagination, which saw dragons and sea serpents inhab...
All the World's a Stage
Early this year, it looked as if the Colorado Shakespeare Festival might be on its last legs. But after some re-organization, a strong marketing push and a tightening of the festival's focus, the New York Times named the CSF one of ...
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival's Macbeth is more respect-worthy than revelatory
With Nigel Gore — an actor who comes to Shakespeare with a lot of authority and a willingness to take all kinds of risks on stage — playing the lead, and advance publicity that alluded to guns, smoke, Afghanistan and gru...
The cast of A Midsummer Night's Dream features no shortage of standouts
It's hard for any actor to hold the audience's attention when he's on stage with a fantastic pro like Larry Hecht. Oh, wait. I'd meant to begin with this: It's hard for any actor to hold the audience's attention when he's on stage w...